2004 ICC KnockOut Trophy

West Indies refused England the honour of being the second host to win the tournament as their unbeaten 50+ 9th wicket partnership of Browhttp://newschoupal.com/2013/06/06/2004-icc-knockout-trophy/ne and Bradshaw earned them the championship out of defeat. Their performance made it the best final of the Championships, till then.

History of ICC Champions Trophy
2013 Champions Trophy: Schedule & Results
2013 Champions Trophy: Squads

Tournament Facts

    Teams: 12
    Winner: West Indies (def England)
    Matches: 15
    Most Runs: Trescothick (261)
    Most Wickets: Flintoff (9)
    Man of the Series: Sarwan
    100+ Runs by Players: 13 (Trescothick was the only one to cross 200 runs)
    6+ wkts: Flintoff (9), Harminson (8), Kasprowicz, Gayle (7), Shoaib Akhtar, Jacob Oram, Gillespie, Bradshaw (6)
    Centuries: Nathan Astle (145*), Gibbs (101), Flintoff (104), Trescothick (104)
    4+ wkts in Innings: Jacob Oram 5/36, Kasprowicz (4/14), Dillon (5/29), Afridi (5/11), Naved-ul-Hasan(4/25)

Groups

    Group A: Australia, New Zealand, USA
    Group B: West Indies, South Africa, Bangladesh
    Group C: Pakistan, India, Kenya
    Group D: England, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe

Interesting Facts

    65 runs by USA became the lowest score in Champions Trophy.
    93 (Ban) and 94 (Kenya) were other two below 100 scores of the tournament.
    Sravan of West Indies received two MOMs and Man of the Series, just as Kallis received when SA won in 1998.

Match Results and Scores
Group A

    NZ def USA by 210 runs, NZ: 347/4, USA 137, MOM: Nathan Astle (145*)
    Aus def USA by 9 wkts, USA: 65, Aus 66/1 (7.5 ov) MOM: Kasprowicz (4/14)
    Aus def NZ by 7 wkts, NZ 198/9, Aus 199/3, MOM: Symonds (71*)

Group B

    SA def Ban by 9 wkts, Ban 93, SA 94/1, MOM: Langeveldt (3/17)
    WI def Ban by 138 runs, WI 269/3, Ban 131, MOM: Gayle (99)
    WI def SA by 5 wkts, SA 246/6, WI 249/5, MOM: Sarwan (75)

Group C

    Ind def Kenya by 98 runs, Ind 290/4, Kenya 192/7, MOM: Ganguly (90)
    Pak def Kenya by 7 wkts, Kenya 94, Pak 95/3, MOM: Afridi (5/11)
    Pak def Ind by 3 wkts, MOM: Youhana (81*)

Group D

    Eng def Zim by 152 runs, Eng 299/7, Zim 147, MOM: Collingwood (80)
    SL def Zim by 4 wkts, Zim 191, SL 195/6, MOM: Chigumbura (57 & 3/37)
    Eng def SL by 49 runs (D/L), Eng 251/7, SL 95/5, MOM: Flintoff (104 & 2/21)

SFs

    Eng def Aus by 6 wkts, Aus 259/9, Eng 262/4, MOM: Vaughan (86)
    WI def Pak by 7 wkts, Pak 131, WI 132/3, MOM: Sarwan (56*)

Final

    WI def Eng by 2 wkts, Eng 217, WI 218/8, MOM: Ian Bradshaw (2/54 & 34* runs)

100+ partnerships

    192 1st Gayle, Hinds (WI) vs Ban
    163 3rd Astle, Styris (NZ) vs USA
    161 2nd Ganguly, Laxman (Ind) vs Kenya
    140 2nd Trescothick, Vaughan (Eng) vs Aus
    136* 5th Astle, Craig McMillan (NZ) vs USA
    102 1st Smith, Gibbs (SA) vs WI
    100* 4th Martyn, Symonds (Aus) vs NZ
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